It’s still grilling season and with Labor Day right around the corner, I’ve found a delicious meatless recipe everyone will love! If you’re having a hard time giving up meat, portobello mushrooms are the perfect substitute for all you steak and beef lovers. It has a firm, meaty texture and delicate flavor that’s great for roasting, grilling and even burgers!
I love a good mushroom dish and think you’ll find this recipe quick and easy to prepare. As always, let me know if you decide to put a twist on any of these recipes. Share your pics with us by using the hashtag #MeatlessWithNUBIA
I recently had a delicious couscous salad and just had to search for similar recipes. Couscous, pronounced ko͞os ko͞os, is coarsely ground pasta made from semolina — a type of wheat. It’s a staple dish of the Maghreb in North Africa and is typically served with meat, veggies or fruit.
I chose this recipe from The Food Network because I love tomatoes, and the refreshing taste of mint adds a unique twist. So, if you’re looking for something to excite your tastebuds, this recipe is for you! I challenge you to add your own unique flavor and try this dish for a Meatless Monday lunch or dinner. Tweet us your pics by using the hashtag #MeatlessWithNUBIA.
Summer is in full swing, and I hope you’re taking advantage of this beautiful weather with some outdoor dining or grilling. I found this amazing veggie burger recipe on Food and Wine. It’s perfect for Meatless Mondays, and you don’t even need to use a grill.
Last weekend, I made these veggie burgers and decided to dust off my grill and add some grilled corn and veggies to the mix! I also added a bit of jerk seasoning to give it a spicy kick!
It’s grilling season, and we have some delicious Meatless Monday recipes lined up! If you have been following our Meatless Monday challenge on NUBIAMAG, you will all know of my love for tofu and anything spicy!
This recipe combines the sweet and tangy flavor of mango and pineapple with spicy jerk seasoning. It is the perfect coupling of two of my fave ingredients, and a quick and easy option for some weeknight grilling.
Have you tried any meatless grilling recipes? Tweet us your favorite recipes by using the hashtag #MeatlesswithNUBIA.
I came across this recipe for vegan quiche during my recent visit to Whole Foods. I love a good quiche and just had to share with all my Meatless Mondays readers. This is a great addition to your summer brunch menu, and you can always freeze leftovers for Monday’s lunch or supper.
Share your pics of this recipe with us on Twitter by using hashtag #MeatlesswithNUBIA. I would love to know if you try other ingredients or variations to make it great!
I was recently introduced to Quinoa (say: keen-wah), and I must say I am in love!! A quick background on Quinoa — it is usually considered to be a whole grain, however it’s actually a seed. Quinoa is a good source of iron, magnesium, vitamin E, potassium and fiber. It looks like couscous and is as versatile as rice and barley. The rich, nutty flavor also makes it a great breakfast dish!
This Quinoa and Black Bean Salad is ideal for dinner or lunch as it can be served hot or cold. My family is Jamaican so we love spicy dishes, but you can choose to just add a pinch or skip the cayenne pepper altogether.
I think I’m going to get a little Quinoa-obsessed so expect some experimental recipes to follow in the coming weeks. Let me know if you have any Quinoa recipes that you would like to share.
I’m really loving all these delicious Meatless Monday recipes from Tammi, and I hope you are too. I went 18 years without eating red meat but never had a complete vegan meal. So when NUBIAMAG decided to take on this Meatless Monday challenge, it certainly forced me to get more creative in the kitchen.
Because I’m a Jamaican who grew up in the United States, I’m always taking traditional Jamaican dishes or ingredients and combing them with American foods. Naturally, one of my go-to websites for recipes is Jamaicans.com, and I recently found this healthy pizza recipe that will surely be a hit with the kids and hubby.
This one-pot, vegetarian paella is not only the perfect dinner idea after a long day (which seems like every Monday btw), but it’s also a hearty main dish option for a meatless Easter brunch. This recipe will have your vegan guests cheering you on and your meat lovers begging for seconds!
Leave a comment if you’ve tried or decide to try this recipe. Happy Monday!
This dish makes a great side for either dinner or lunch, but it’s also a very filling main dish if you’re going vegan. And who wouldn’t love a Meatless Monday Meal that can be served as two meals and satisfy your cravings? I found this recipe on AllRecipes.com and tweaked it by adding grated Parmesan to each serving.
What’s on your menu for Meatless Monday? Let me know if you’ve tried any of our recipes or have one that you would like to share.
The first time I had tofu was at a company dinner. The clients we were hosting were vegan, so I had the task of finding a restaurant that would impress both my clients and meat loving colleagues.
I found a popular Chinese restaurant that offered a well-rounded vegan menu and to make a long story short, I was instantly hooked on their sweet and sour tofu from that day on.
Tofu is such a versatile ingredient and easily absorbs the flavor of whatever spices or seasoning you add to your meal. This Tofu with Tropical Fruit Sauce is my go to favorite, and it’s so yummy.
Leave a comment below and let me know what you think, if you decide try this Meatless Monday recipe!